This week marked the month anniversary of the death of David Bowie. The music world and fans of the artist continue to honor to his legacy and vision, sharing stories, music, and artworks in his memory. Murals and street art tributes have been popping up in locations across the world. We highlight some of the best, captured by passersby and the artists themselves. Feel free to share any significant street art tributes we missed in the comments.
A tribute by Birmingham artist Annatomix on Dudley Street.
Australian artist Jimmy C created this mural in Bowie’s hometown of Brixton in South London.
From Belgian artist Lucien Gilson, located in a Brussels shopping plaza.
Bowie and Lemmy by Jules Muck.
Bowie in Bologna, Italy.
From Chile-born artist Otto Schade.
From painter Jules Muck.
By David Flores in Miami.
Sheffield graffiti artist Trik created the Bowie mural that everyone loved to hate.
A David Bowie stencil in Padova, Italy.